Understanding Unplanned Settlement Structure As A Result Of Self-Organization In Jakarta

Gandarum, Dedes Nur, Inavonna, Inavonna and Ischak, Mohammad (2019) Understanding Unplanned Settlement Structure As A Result Of Self-Organization In Jakarta. International Journal of Scientific & Tecnology Research, 8 (11). pp. 2459-2465. ISSN 2277-8616

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City design, as a continuous urban place transformation process, emphasizes the process rather than the product, therefore to understand the physical characteristic of a settlement should be based on an understanding of its formation process. The aim of this study is to discover and understand the features of those unplanned settlements, which have been created in an autonomous manner without any comprehensive planning. This study is intended for understanding the complex settlemets structures as the result of self-organization mechanism. Through the mapping, organizing, and structuring of the settlement structure elements, such as path system and land division system, using information extracted from maps, photographs and field survey in Kelurahan Petamburan village, the study reveals that there is a strong relationship between the path system and land division system with the hierarchy of socio-spatial units as the main determinant of unplanned settlement development. The pattern of the path network shows the importance of the neighborhood unit as socio-spatial unit that driven the settlement evolution. The neighborhood unit represents a closed socio-spatial unit with intact social and emotional relationships within its community, where effective self-organization mechanism takes place. Responding to the fact that there is segregation in urban settlement structures, due to relationship between the path - land division systems and the hierarchy of socio-spatial units, one approach to urban planning is reconfiguration or rescaling of the urban settlement and urban space hierarchy, as well as examining political roles and socio-spatial implications of various stakeholders with different interests.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Undergraduate Program in Architecture
Date Deposited: 22 Aug 2020 06:38
Last Modified: 22 Aug 2020 06:38
URI: http://libprint.trisakti.ac.id/id/eprint/1343

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